Collection MG32 - Royal Canadian Legion Branch #44 Grand Manan

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Royal Canadian Legion Branch #44 Grand Manan

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CA GMA MG32

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  • 1915 - 2019 (Creation)

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15 cm

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Custodial history

Records from the Ladies Auxiliary were donated by Barbara Brown, Treasurer for the Ladies Auxiliary at time of closing. Records were donated on October 24, 2010. Records for the Legion were collected and donated from the curators, archivists, and community members. Further accruals are expected.

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This collection contains the textual documents of the history of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #44 Grand Manan and its Ladies Auxiliary - including some minute and financial records for the final years of the Ladies Auxiliary, 1971-2010; and news clippings 1915 - 2019. The Legion received their Charter on July 12 1945. The Ladies Auxiliary received their Charter on January 27, 1969.

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"Not until fourteen years after the end of the First World War did Grand Manan undertake to formally organize a branch of the Canadian Legion. ... Following the war, the major efforts of veterans' groups, particularly the Great War Veterans Association (GWVA), formed in 1917, was to advocate for veterans' pensions, support for families who either lost a loved one or had a soldier who faced long term recovery from wounds or disabilities. By 1925, that organization had merged with the British Legion to form the Canadian Legion. Thereafter, official branches began to spring up across the nation in support of veterans.... The Grand Manan "outpost" was designated in 1932." - Roger Nason, Grand Manan and the Great War, Part 71 - Remembrance Day and the Formation of the Grand Manan Legion, printed in The Island Times, Nov, 2019.

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